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THti rWICE-A-VVUBK HERALD, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1905 McKnMit Tramsfe: Co ivery a 1J Capital Stock $25,000 Sales Ed Our Livery Department Consists of everything that goes to make a first class Livery and Boarding Stable, Stylish Rigs of all kinds, gentle and good looking horses. Lo cated corner Second and Taylor streets. t 1 Our Sales Department Is second to none in the Panhandle, and we are pre prepared to buy or sell from one horse or mule to a carload, We have handled in the past year some fifty cars of horses and mules, and have on hand now one car of good young mules and several cars of saddle and work horses. We also buy and sell TRY US FOR WHATEVER Mcknight trans Christmas is Coming And you will Want a Nice Suit and Overcoat Be sure and see our samples and figure with us. Our suits and overcoats are all right in style, work manship and material. Send us your soiled suits and overcoats to be cleaned, pressed or repaired. J In the rear of Imperial Barber Shop. Telephone No. 305, At No. 404 A. Polk Street. Stapleton, The Tailor, If You Want A Home or Ranch in Sher man, Hansford, Ochiltree or Hutchinson counties write Champ Traylor Plemons Texas Who has some great bargains in Railroad, School and Pat ented Land. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT The Elm fair st AMARILLO'S LEADING HOTEL, ilodern Conveniences. Spacious Sample Rooms F. IILJLETT, PROPRIETOR. on commission. Dissolution Notice. By mutual censent the firm of Hammock & Ponder has this day dissolved, W. L. Ponder continuing same under style of V. L. Ponder. All accounts and notes of the firm are due to him. Yours truly, Hammock & Pondkk, Ran Hammock, retiring. Dec. 22, 1 905. 50-3t Holiday Rates. For the Christmas and New Year Holidays the Southern Kan sas will have on sale Tickets to the old states at ij fares for the round trip. Tickets on sale Dec. 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 31 and Jan. 1 . Good to return 30 days from date of sale. T. W. Whitk, 49tf. Local Agent. NOTICE OF SALE IN BANKRUPTCY. I have for sale as trustee, the following discribed lots situated in City of Amarillo, Texas. Please correspond with me. Early sale desired. Address, C. L. Hailey Abilene, Texas: Lots 3 and 4, block 123; lots 1 to 5, block 88; lots 1 to 6, block 98; lots 1 to 6 and 19, 20, 22, 23 and 24, block 12; lot 14, block 19; lots 8 to 12 and 19 to 24 in block 22; lots I, 2. 3, 8, 9, 10; block 108: lots 9 and 10, block 82; lots 1 to 6 and 1 3 to 18, block 32; lots 6 and 20, block 26; lots 3 to 7 and 19 to 23, block 39; lots 2 to 6 and 1 3 to 18, block 42; lots 1 to 5 and 14 to 1 9, block 5 1 ; lot 1 9, block 49; lots 6 to 10, block 78; lot 5, block 25; lots 2 and 3, block 105; lots 3 to 7, block 58; lot 6, block 64; lots 3 to 7, block 72; lots 1 to 2, block 145; all lots in block 162. 48-3t C. L. Hailey, Trustee. Our Telephones are FER, At the Livestock Markets. W. M. Harrell, of Amarillo.Tex., states that no longer do the people of that country depend entirely on cattle raising for a living, although that is the center of the great Pan handle district. "The land own ers are now raising wheat and oth er grain," said Mr. Harrell, "and whether the range feed is good or not makes but little difference to a good many of the land owners, as they are raising so much forage. The crop of forage this year was the heaviest ever raised in that country, and the cattle will be win tered in good shape. Late fall rains have damaged the range grass somewhat, softening it up after it had been cured. Hut with plenty of forage in the country the cattle will go through in fine shape. The wheat is nice and green, and in many places will furnish pasture for stock all winter." 15. 13. Curtis, an employe on the well-known Kelly Bros, ranch, lo cated near Bovina, Texas, came in this morning with eight carloads of r, 100 pound steers. Several train loads of steers have been brought in from this ranch during the past few weeks, and all of the usual good quality. After the wind up shipments have been made, 5,000 head of cattle will be wintered. "And there will be feed left after we get through next spring," said Mr. Curtis. "On this ranch we had 2,000 acres in forage, and I never saw such a crop. We are still stacking it, and cannot get it all stacked, as it is getting too late. We will just turn our cattle in on what is left. Next year we intend to increase the acreage of forage to 3,006. Kaffir com, cane, millet and other feeds arc raised on the ranch." C. I' Crowley, of Hansford Coun ty, Tex., a well known cattleman, says that all the steers have been picked up around that part of the Panhandle country. The cowmen are short on all kinds of steers, and there will be very few ready for marketing next spring. "The. fact Our Transfer Department Is well equipped for all manner of transferring. We have five big Omnibusses and seven Lan daus or carriages, some of them as fine as can be bought. Wagons of all kinds for all purposes. In All Departments We want your friendship and your trade, and we will appreciate it. We will treat you with cour tesy and politeness; so will all our employes, as we endeavor to employ only men who are strictly trustworthy. YOU WANT IN OUR No's. 8, 128 and 113. LIVERY AND SALES CO. of the matter is," said Mr. Crow ley, "we are short on all kinds of cattle, but more especially the steers. Cattlemen have been re ducing the size of their herds right along all fall, till thev have them down to the low water mark. Cows and young stock cattle make up the bulk of what is left in that country this winter." Drovers Journal. Doctors Could not Help Her. "I had kidney trouble for years." writes Mrs. Raymond Connor of Shelton, Wash., "and the doctors could not help me. I tried Foley's Kidney Cure, and the very first dose gave me relief and I am now cured. I cannot say too much for Foley's Kidney Cure." It makes the diseased kidneys sound so they will eliminate the poisons from the blood. Unless they do this, good health is impossible. Golding & Richardson. 44-lm Advertised Letter List. The following letters remain un called for in the Amarillo postoffice for the week ending December 20. Parties calling for these letters will please say "advertised." A. Aury, Bert Allen, Vint Allen, Mrs. Kate Bryan, Lewis Baron, N. C. Berry, S. J. Brakan, F.B.Byers, Mrs. Floyd Broth, S. K. Cheek, Frank Cage, W. L. Cocper, J. A. Clement, H. II. II. Fanner, Miss Liengenia Oreer, II. Oough, F. II. Oohn, G. Ci. Harris, Tom A. Hun ter, Mrs. M.frtle Jowel, J. A. Jor dan, Frank B. Kacheloffer, (3), Mrs. W: M. Little, Terrie Love, Geo. McMullin, J. M Miller, ICL. Meoers, I). O. McKenzie, Dr. K.M. Pane, Miss Merle Patrick, John Porterfield, Mrs. K. K. Roberts, Harry Switzer, L. C. Screws (2), M. L. Weinbeager,, J. L. Young. J. M. KlNDKKI), P. M. Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea is simply liquid electricity. It goes to every part of your body, bring ing new blood, strength and new vigor. It makes you well and keeps you well. 35 cents. E. R. Roach Drug Co. 44-lm Canadian bridge election Jan. uary 2 1,000 Students Enrolled. The Tyler Commercial College is closing its sixth year with an en rollment of 1,000 students from many different states. No other commercial school in America has ever enjoyed such a rapid growth and won such pepularity in so short a time. Its graduates are now em ployed in the very best positions to be found in our larger southern cities. Their extensive employ ment bureau has done much to place their students into these re sponsible positions, where they can earn a good living and enjoy pro motion. More than 100 students are ex pected to enroll in this famous in stitution during the month of Jan uary. All who can should join this large and energetic crowd of workers, and prepare themselves for a greater success in life. Just as sure as you will attend this school and complete a course of Bookkeeping and Shorthand, or Telegraphy, just as sure will you be of securing a position paying from $40 to $75 per month. The demand for Tyler Commercial Col lege graduates during the past year has been greater than the supply. Young men and women who were a year ago only earning from $25 to $30 per month are now, after finishing their course, earning from $50 to $150 per month. Is not this enough to stir the ambition of our young people, and create in them a determina tion to launch out and do some thing for themselves and become men among us? Their faculty is composed of 15 teachers, each a specialist. You may think you do not know enough or are too old to enter this insti tution. Such is not the case. Their students vary in age from 15 to 50 years of age. They teach thoroughly everything pertaining to a commercial education. This giyes free of charge, with their courses of bookkeeping, shorthand and telegraphy, thorough instruc I i i 1 ft LINE. 3 tions daily in writing, arithmetio and grammar. The student re ceives individual instructions in a greater part of his work, thus enabling him to enroll any day and get the very work his education or ability demands. Should his knowledge of arithmetic and gram mar be limited, he may take up arithmetic at fractions and gram mar at the very first. The work is so arranged as to accommodate those of limited education as well as the college or university grad uate. No difference what your advancement may be, you will find many others here of the same ad vancement. No small school could offer such inducements. Further information may be ob tained by writing the Tyler Com mercial Colleze. Tvler. Texas, for their large free catalogue. 50-It A Good School. Toby's Practical Business Col lege, Waco, Texas. No blow, no misrepresentations, nor unbusi nesslike propositions or guaran tees. Plenty of good, honest work by highly educated persons that's all. The High Grade School for High Grade Students. Catalogue free, enter at any time, this school is the home of Janes' Shadeless Shorthand, the renown ed Parliamentary System. l-6mo Hesitate in considering a good laundry for your work. The longevity of your linen is as sured in its consignment to us. Why not try us with your bundle next time? Amarillo Steam Laundry. Phone No. 22.